Come Home Indio, paperback ed.

$25.50

Come Home Indio by Jim Terry, whose mother was Native American from the Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin, and his father was an Irish American jazz musician. In this book a Native American cartoonist explores the isolation and anxiety of being lost between two worlds but ultimate becoming comfortable in his own skin.This powerful graphic novel shares the author’s journey of discovering his spiritual home as a Native American.

Price: $25.50

Indigenous Life in Canada: Past, Present, Future: Cultural Appropriation, paperback ed.

$15.95

Indigenous Life in Canada: Past, Present, Future: Cultural Appropriation, paperback edition, by Heather Hudak with content consultant Danielle Bird, is one of the titles in the series published by Beech Street Books. Various contexts such as art and fashion, sports, literature and movies are included. It also covers derogatory terminology.

Price: $15.95

Dog Tracks, paperback ed.

$16.95

In Dog Tracks, Ruby Slipperjack,  a member of Eabametoong First Nation, writes the story of those who return to the reserve and rediscover their culture. The book is both a celebration of Abby's youthful determination and a series of teachings about Anishinawbe traditions, history, and culture. Dog Tracks is a book that crosses genres: It is a tender story of an uprooted girl who finds home and self, and it is also a subtle text that gives readers a glimpse of traditional and non-traditional life on a northern Ontario reserve. Abby is having trouble fitting in at Bear Creek Reserve.

Price: $16.95

Indigenous Life in Canada: Past, Present, Future: Cultural Appropriation, hardcover ed

$30.95

Indigenous Life in Canada: Past, Present, Future: Cultural Appropriation by Heather Hudak with content consultant Danielle Bird, is one of the titles in the series published by Beech Street Books. Various contexts such as art and fashion, sports, literature and movies are included. It also covers derogatory terminology.

Price: $30.95

The Big Tease: A Story of Eliza Delorme and Her Cousin, Édouard Beaupré, The Willow Bunch Giant, paperback ed.

$15.00

The Big Tease written by Métis author Wilfred Burton includes a Michif translation by Norman Fleury, Michif Elder and gifted Michif storyteller. This book is illustrated by George Gingras. The Big Tease is a timeless story about teasing, which often involves family. Time with family has always been important to Métis families and in this story it is the arrival of family - cousins, aunts and uncles that sets the scene for a big tease. Like most families, there is usually at least one person who likes to tease others.

Price: $15.00

La vie autochtone au Canada: au passé, au présent et au futur : Le symbolisme dans l'art et la culture autochtone (Indigenous Life in Canada: Past, Present, Future: Symbolism in Indigenous Arts and Culture), hardcover ed.

$32.95

La vie autochtone au Canada: au passé, au présent et au futur : Le symbolisme dans l'art et la culture autochtone (Indigenous Life in Canada: Past, Present, Future, Symbolism in Indigenous Arts and Culture) is part of a set of 32-page books produced by Red Line Editorial for Beech Street Books and edited by Marie Pearson. Designed for elementary students from grades 4 to 7 the books offer introductions to the history of Indigenous Peoples in the story of Canada: Symbolism in Indigenous Arts and Culture has six chapters.

Price: $32.95

La vie autochtone au Canada: au passé, au présent et au futur : La rafle des années 1960 (Indigenous Life in Canada: Past, Present, Future: Sixties Scoop), hardcover ed.

$32.95

La vie autochtone au Canada: au passé, au présent et au futur : La rafle des années 1960 (Indigenous Life in Canada: Past, Present, Future - Sixties Scoop) is part of a set of 32-page books produced by Red Line Editorial for Beech Street Books and edited by Marie Pearson. Designed for elementary students from grades 4 to 7 the books offer introductions to the history of Indigenous Peoples in the story of Canada. Sixties Scoop by Erin Nicks has six chapters.

Price: $32.95

My First Métis Lobstick, paper ed.

$15.00

Leah Marie Dorion’s My First Métis Lobstick takes young readers back to Canada’s fur trade era by focusing on a Métis family’s preparations for a lobstick celebration and feast in the boreal forest. Through the eyes of a young boy, we see how important lobstick making and ceremony was to the Métis community. From the Great Lakes to the present-day Northwest Territories, lobstick poles—important cultural and geographical markers, which merged Cree, Ojibway, and French-Canadian traditions—dotted the landscape of our great northern boreal forest.

Price: $15.00

Métis Camp Circle: A Bison Way of Life, paper ed.

$15.00

In Métis Camp Circle: A Bison Way of Life, author and artist Leah Marie Dorion, an interdisciplinary Metis artist raised in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, transports young readers back in time when bison were the basis of Métis lifeways on the Plains. This book is translated into Michif by Norman Fleury, Michif Elder and gifted Michif storyteller. During much of the nineteenth century, bison hunting was integral to the Métis’ social, economic, and political life. As “People of the Buffalo,” the Métis were bison hunters par excellence.

Price: $15.00

Apple in the Middle, paper ed.

$26.53

Apple in the Middle by Dawn Quigley, enrolled member of the Turtle Mountain Chippewa, is published by North Dakota State University Press and now in paperback. This story is set in Minnesota and the Turtle Mountain Chippewa reservation in North Dakota. Apple Starkington’s mother, a member of Turtle Mountain Chippewa, died after giving birth to her. Growing up with her father and stepmother, and living in upper middle-class suburbia, Apple feels like she doesn’t fit in. She has experienced racism at school when she was called a racial slur for someone of white and Native American descent.

Price: $26.53

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